Fiona Bruce, 57, wonders aloud if she spent enough time with her children.
Fiona Bruce, host of QUESTION TIME, has questioned whether she spent enough time with her children as they grew up despite juggling parenthood and a demanding career.
Fiona Bruce, 57, spoke with Good Housekeeping about combining motherhood and working during the pandemic. Due to her demanding schedule, the Antiques Roadshow host admitted she may not have spent as much time with her children as she would have liked.
Is it true that I didn’t spend enough time with my kids?
Fiona Bruce is a British actress.
Fiona is the magazine’s October cover girl, and she has disclosed a lot about her personal life behind the BBC cameras.
“Did I spend enough time with my children?” she wondered.
“I believe that if I scrape the surface of any working woman, she will always think, “Probably not.”
Fiona famously returned to work on the BBC’s Crimewatch 16 days after the birth of her daughter Mia Rose, who is now 19 years old.
In 1994, the actress married Nigel Sharrocks, with whom she had a 22-year-old son, Sam, and a teenage daughter.
“There has never been any doubt that they take precedence over everything in my life, and that they always have,” she said.
“Having the same nanny living with us for 20 years undoubtedly helped.
“She moved away after Mia got her GCSEs, but she is still a close family friend.”
For nearly 30 years, the presenter has been the face of BBC programming, and she presently hosts BBC Question Time.
Fiona worked throughout the pandemic, keeping the country informed amid the 2020 panic.
Due to the NHS app and self-isolation, she found it difficult to present during this period, but she appreciated the fact that she could continue to work.
“It was really wonderful to keep going because it gave me a purpose and I felt like it was vital to keep people informed,” she said.
Many people perceive Fiona as ambitious since she juggles parenthood and her profession; nevertheless, she has never been a fan of being asked if she considers herself ambitious.
“I was genuinely sick of it since I had never heard a male being asked that,” she revealed in the honest interview.
“It’s the same as describing exclusively women as feisty.
“It’s human nature to want to perform the best job you can in your work.”
Last week, Question Time aired with a live audience, which Fiona discussed in her interview.
“There is no alternative for having people,” she added. Brinkwire Summary News